Filipina Nanny Jailed for Stealing Cash and Cards from Beijing Employer

Filipina Nanny Jailed for Stealing Cash and Cards from Beijing Employer
Jul 19, 2016 By eChinacities.com

A Filipina nanny was recently sentenced to six months in prison and deported for stealing from her Beijing employer.

JuLi, a Filipina woman, arrived in China in March 2014 on a tourist visa. She did not apply for an extension after her visa expired, and stayed in the country to work illegally as a nanny. Ms. Li hired JuLi as a nanny through an agency and did not try to verify her paperwork or identity because she trusted the agency.

After a day-long trial period, Ms. Li was not happy with JuLi and decided not to hire her. However, when Ms. Li was on the second floor, JuLi stole a wallet with 1,627 RMB in it from the living room and five China Mobile recharge cards worth a total of 500 RMB. She also stole a gift card with 500 RMB on it. JuLi put the cards and cash in the wallet and stuck it behind the toilet to steal it later.  

The next day, Ms. Li realized the wallet was missing and called the police. The police found that the wallet was hidden behind the toilet in Mrs. Li’s apartment. JuLi was arrested and confessed to the crime. The wallet, cash, and cards were returned to Ms. Li.

A Haidian court held that JuLi’s actions constituted theft. Because she had pleaded guilty, and the items had been recovered, the court only sentenced her to six months in prison and fined her 1,000 RMB. She will be deported after serving her sentence.

Source: inews.qq.com

Warning:The use of any news and articles published on eChinacities.com without written permission from eChinacities.com constitutes copyright infringement, and legal action can be taken.

Keywords: Filipina nanny Beijing nanny theft

9 Comments

All comments are subject to moderation by eChinacities.com staff. Because we wish to encourage healthy and productive dialogue we ask that all comments remain polite, free of profanity or name calling, and relevant to the original post and subsequent discussion. Comments will not be deleted because of the viewpoints they express, only if the mode of expression itself is inappropriate.

1

Guest388182
comment|72536|43131

dubba staindurd

Jul 31, 2016 07:31 Report Abuse

2

dyanisis
comment|72356|52015

so how exactly was she going to get back into the apartment to steal the loot, and what chinese person uses chinese mobile cards ??????????????/ rubbish story

Jul 20, 2016 11:18 Report Abuse

3

Englteachted
comment|72353|263127

Wait the items were hidden behind the toilet and she did not actually steal the items? Smells like a setup revenge for a certain court's ruling in favour of a certain country.

Jul 20, 2016 10:17 Report Abuse

4

retiredinchina
comment|72351|1628124

a chinese citizen would not have got 6 months for such a low amount, bias anybody.

Jul 20, 2016 08:25 Report Abuse

5

Robk
comment|72348|27601

Funny, how the "employer" gets no punishment and how this is news... Is it China's weak attempt at getting back at the Philippines for the recent South China Sea dispute? Probably... Chinese can be petty like that.

Jul 20, 2016 06:40 Report Abuse

6

Lord_hanson
comment|72335|279026

What was the agency's punishment for hiring illegal workers?

Jul 19, 2016 19:16 Report Abuse

7

Sponge_Bob
comment|72337|1632030

good point/well said

Jul 19, 2016 21:28 Report Abuse

8

willieaames
comment|72342|1574043

they already bribe the government.

Jul 19, 2016 21:42 Report Abuse

9

Lord_hanson
comment|72347|279026

I guess the agency is irrelevant. This is a anti Filipino piece due to the UN ruling on the South China sea. We can expect more anti Filipino stories in the coming days.

Jul 19, 2016 23:12 Report Abuse